Electrical Work Guide

When you are ready to start your construction work, the electrical contractor is one of the few contractors you need to finalize before or as soon as you start your construction work.

The reason is that you should apply for a Temporary connection through the Electrical Contractor itself.

If you are ready to Pick your electrical contractor, I recommend that everyone go through this guide before you finalize your Electrical contractor.

For any new users… I always recommend is, make sure to choose the Right Contractor.

If you choose the right contractor, most of your house construction problems can be solved easily.

But if you choose one wrong contractor, you will have issues until you stop dealing with that contractor.

That’s what happened to us when we were constructing our First Building.

We choose the Wrong Electrical Contractor… and pay the fine with Money, verbal fights, headache, and unfinished work.

We learned good lessons with that contractor and made a proper adjustment in choosing the electrical contractors in the second building.

And for the second building, we Got an AWESOME Electrical Contractor.

You may think it could be our LUCK.

Maybe… maybe not.

We simply followed many steps for the second building before we finalized our contractor.

I’m going to share everything you need to know about how to pick the right electrical contractor what are all the things you need to know before finalizing your contractor.

Initially, this guide is written only for picking the right Electrical Contractor. But later, I added some tips you need to know while doing electrical work for your building.

It took me 20+ pages of content to explain everything you need to know about electrical work for your building.

And it’s not a big book.

Like any of my other courses… It’s a mini-course that can be completed in one sitting.

In this guide, I’m not explaining any technical terms related to electrical… these are general tips. I recommend everyone to know before doing electrical work in their building.

I cannot explain all those 40+ electrical tips here on this sale page.

These are real genuine tips.

These are the lessons I learned by wasting my money, me facing issues in our building, discovering them, and noticing in other buildings.

By just reading this mini guide/course, I’m sure you will save money, avoid having issues with your contractor, future-proof your house, know how few small changes can make your life easier for the life span of the building, and more.

Really… I believe if you just take and implement the few ideas I gave in this guide, you will get your money back by many folds.

My Dad is an Electrical Engineer, and I told him to review this guide once.

After reading this guide in one sitting… I asked How’s the guide?

He replied – GOOD. But there are some grammar mistakes are there.

See… I won’t tell you this guide has high English standards and well-polished grammar.

Please don’t expect those.

I’m not an English grammar teacher.

I asked him how much you rate this guide… he said 10/10.

I felt really happy getting such a response from him.

Really.

That doesn’t mean you also feel the same.

But all I can guarantee is I put my best effort into making this guide to help other first-time house construction owners. That’s it.

Ok… Here are the few things I covered in this mini-guide:

  • Things you should need to do while picking the right electrical contractor.
  • How to know if the electrical contractor you picked is good or Bad? This simple task will reveal whether he is good or bad (refer no 1.4)
  • Oh… when considering site measurement, structure deal like this, and you save money immediately (ref 2.1)
  • Here is the list of things you should inform your electrical contractor about his work scope. He cannot say No later if you tell them while discussing contract time. (ref 2.2)
  • Electrical contractors don’t do all the work under contract work scope. Some electrical work costs extra, know those extra cost work now itself (ref 2.2)
  • How much we Paid in labor charges? Know it here (ref 2.3)
  • Oh… Hiring electrical contractor based on just labor Charge alone? Wait! Here are the other important charges you need to know (ref 2.4)
  • The thing you need to discuss with your contractor if you are building a big building (ref 2.5)
  • Follow this tip if the contractor needs to visit as and when you call them (ref 2.6)
  • Calculating the real cost of an Electrical contractor’s labor charges. Total all these costs, and you will get who’s cheaper and who just looks cheaper (ref 3)
  • Under the Payment Structure section, I have given tips you should need to remember while making payment to your electrical contractor (ref 4)
  • When you apply for a temporary electricity connection, how do you need to release payment to your contractor (ref 4.7)
  • When you apply for a Permanent electricity connection, how should you release payment to your contractor? Ignore this step, leaving you with so much unfinished office work. And you will need to run behind government engineers to complete your work (ref 4.9)
  • In the General Tips section (ref 5)… I have given 40+ electrical contract tips.

Who Is This Training For?

  • If you are building first time house
  • If you have not yet finalized your electrical contractor
  • If you still have not yet done electrical wiring for your house
  • Even If you are an electrical engineer

Who Is This Training Not For?

  • If you are a professional builder who has lots of experience in house construction and electrical work
  • If you are building a very small house and the price of the course doesn’t make sense

About the Author

Hi, I’m P K Arun. With a labor contract, we constructed our house in Bangalore. We learned a lot of lessons. I’m sure many of you who will build a house without experience will face some challenges. So I decided to share everything that I learned here.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Try my Electrical Work Guide for the full 30-days. If, for whatever reason, it didn’t add any value it you,  then I don’t want your Money.

Just contact me by email at arun (at) houseconstructionguide.com within 30 days of the purchase, and I will give you a full refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) I have already finalized our electrical contractor. Does it still help me?

Yes. It still helps you.

2) What format does this mini course comes with?

It’s a mini text based digital course delivered in a secured members area. 

3) What if I decide this course just isn’t for me? Can I get a refund?

Absolutely! We have a generous 30-day, no questions asked refund policy. Just email us at arun (at) houseconstructionguide.com and we’ll process a refund if this course is not a fit for you.

4) I don’t know anything about Electrical terms. Does this course still help me?

I created this course… And I’m not an electrical engineer. This course helps for a not electrical person.

5) I have other questions, how can I contact you?

You can reach me by emailing arun (at) houseconstructionguide.com. I’ll be glad to answer any questions you have.

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